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Looking to experience the bracing, eye-popping virtual reality of the Tribeca Virtual Arcade, last seen at Tribeca 2017 this past April?

If you live or travel in the Boston area, drop by our pop up Tribeca Virtual Arcade at Boston Calling this Memorial Day weekend and immerse yourself in magnificent visual worlds unlike any you’ve ever seen.

Take a break from the music and experience VR pieces that range from a Run the Jewels music video, a wacky puppet show run amuck, and a darkly twisted murderous masterpiece.

You have to see them to believe them. And now you can.

VR PROJECTS

Burlap

3 minutes, 2016

From Dark Corner (Catatonic, Mule), director Justin Denton brings us the darkly twisted BURLAP. Step inside the lair of a lonely and disturbed killer as he comes closer than ever to completing his masterpiece

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Crown

5 minutes, 2016

From acclaimed hip-hop duo Run The Jewels, CROWN features provocative and poignant story lines dramatically realized inside a stunning black & white 360 landscape. Emotionally charged and visually powerful, director Peter Martin has crafted a perfect accompaniment to the band’s stirring track.

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Extravaganza

6 minutes, 2017

Extravaganza mixes 3D animation and live-action footage in a bitingly funny satire. You are a puppet trapped in a stunningly offensive puppet show, performing for a clueless executive (Paul Scheer). Confronted with his obvious blind spots and prejudices, Extravaganza asks: can technology change society for the better, or does it just magnify our worst traits in new ways?

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